Resource Links

1. Student’s Internet Research Guide

2. Hoboken Historical Society

3. SIRS Discoverer
You must be in the library to use this database. 
Discoverer is an informative database of full-text articles, helps develop research, reading, writing, language and computer skills while making learning fun and intuitive for the young researcher. Children can do research, read stories, learn about important people, places and events, find fun projects to do, and much, much more.

4. SIRS Targeted Resources for Reasearch and Learning
You must be in the library to use this database. 
Connect to full-text articles on social, scientific, health, historic, economic, business, political and global issues. In addition to full-text articles, the following databases are also available: Today’s News, World Almanac, Excerpts, Maps of the World

Facts about all 50 states of the U.S.A.

6.  U.S. Department of State (Background Notes)​
Background Notes provide information on countries and international organizations and are updated periodically. Background Notes for some countries are currently unavailable.

7. CyberSleuth Kids (Search the Internet)​
Find Everything!

Education helper

9. NyeLabs​
Bill Nye the Science Guy 
Find out about the TV program and try some experiments at home.

10. Encyclopedia Britannica online
Encyclopedia Britannica
From Britannica publishing, this site will offer the content of the Encyclopedia Britannica free of charge. The site is experiencing heavy usage in the initial stages of free access.

11. Merriam-Webster Online

12. The Cambridge History of English and American​
The Cambridge History of English and American Literature 
A Literary Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes, published between 1907 and 1921.

13. Country Studies
A continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. This online series presently contains studies of 100 countries.

14. The Electronic Zoo​
Find out about almost all animals here.

15. Enchanted Learning​
Good site for animal information.

16. ProQuest​
Explore 9,000 study subjects linked to 75,000 scholar-selected Internet resources.

17. Multnomah Public Library​
This homework center is very well arranged and thorough.

18. USGS Learning Web​
A portion of the USGS web dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning.

19. Star Child​
Astronomy site sponsored by NASA